Solar at AltCar in Santa Monica this weekend

30 Sep

Come by and visit our booth at AltCar in Santa Monica, CA this Friday & Saturday. Its another exciting show this year, featuring the new green technology in transportation.

It’s Free Admission and you can even get in the cars and DRIVE, and plus find out everything and anything you ever wanted to know about solar, but couldn’t find an expert to ask.

Friday and Saturday, October 1st & 2nd 10am to 5pm.
Santa Monica Civic Auditorium
Parking $9, free bike valet

AltCar-2010-Banner

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One Response to “Solar at AltCar in Santa Monica this weekend”

  1. Jesse October 4, 2010 at 12:06 pm #

    Hi California Green Design,

    My name is Jesse Florendo and I work with a documentary called Paul Goodman Changed My Life. We’re sponsoring a contest to encourage people to reduce global warming and improve transportation options in their own communities. Winners in the US and Europe will receive new bicycles from Breezer Bikes and Biomega, respectively. The contest is co-sponsored by the Alliance for Biking & Walking, the World Carfree Network, the Bicycle Coalition of Maine, and Dissent Magazine.

    We’d love to get the word out about this contest to California Green Design’s readers. This is a really cool opportunity that we think they’d be excited about. There’s some more info about the contest below, or you can check out paulgoodmanfilm.com/bike. The contest launched October 1st and runs through October, so if you’re interested in posting about it, today or tomorrow would be great. Please feel free to get in touch if you have any questions about the contest, the film, or Paul Goodman.

    Best,
    Jesse Florendo
    JSL Films
    jesse@paulgoodmanfilm.com

    To honor 20th century philosopher and social theorist Paul Goodman’s legacy, JSL Films, producer of the documentary Paul Goodman Changed My Life, is holding a contest to help encourage transportation alternatives.

    Paul Goodman, a writer, a radical, and a renaissance man, was the co-author of “Banning Cars from Manhattan,” a 1961 proposal to improve New York’s streets by eliminating private auto traffic. Nearly half a century later, his ideas are now heralded as being before their time, with limiting traffic in city centers becoming more and more common.

    Paul Goodman Changed My Life is honoring Goodman’s legacy by inviting people to propose change in their own communities. Anyone who submits five proposals to their local government (mayor, city council, etc.) can enter a drawing to win a new bicycle. One winner in the United States will win a bike courtesy of Breezer Bikes, and one winner in Europe will win a bike courtesy of Biomega.

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